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KOAM MORNING NEWS TO KNOW 4-16

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OKLAHOMA SHOOTING DEATH

  • Authorities identify the victim of a possible homicide in northeast Oklahoma.  The victim is 52-year old Miles Rentfrow.  Preliminary results from the Oklahoma Medical Examiners Office point to a gunshot wound to the sternum as the cause of death.  No arrests have been made at this time.

CATHOLIC CHARITIES WALK

  • The PSU Newman Club hosted its annual walk for Catholic Charities in Southeast Kansas" on Saturday.  Donations made by participants will go directly to the non-profit to help low income families with their rent and utilities.   The Newman club raised more than $2,000 this semester.

RUSSIA SANCTIONS

  • The Trump Administration plans to impose new sanctions on Russia.  U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley says the goal is to punish Moscow for supporting Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad.  According to the Pentagon, this weekend's air strikes crippled his regime's chemical weapons program.

BARBARA BUSH

  • Former First Lady Barbara Bush won't seek further medical treatment for her failing health.  The office of her husband, former President George H.W. Bush, released a statement confirming the news Sunday.  It said the 92-year old was receiving "comfort care," adding she was surrounded by her family.
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